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animals? the maryland spca says no. and they can't understand why a judge sentenced the man to perform community service at the spca shelter. roosevelt leftwich joins us with with more. >> reporter: police say darrell chambers beat a little dog to death after it bit his wife. it would have been a chance to make amends, the spca says he can make amends somewhere else. the dog was beaten badly with a plastic pipe the police report says. police arrested 48-year-old derrick chambers after an anonymous 911 caller said they saw chambers hitting the dog, stuffing in him a plastic bag and throwing him in the struck. they found the dog near death and took it to the shelter where it had to be euthanized. chambers was sentenced toa '50 hours of community service at the maryland spca. >> we would never recommend that a child molester do community service with the boy scouts and we should never recommend that a person charged with animal abuse do community service with animals. there's just too much risk of harm. in this case, we believe given the severity of the crime, that this perpetrator should
>>> outrage as the spca. >> it's unappropriate to send an animal a buer to an animal shelter. >>> why man volunteered at the shelter. >>> tweeeer hacked.ú ú%ht hhppened and if it's safe for you to log nto yourraccount today. >>> these savings are going to be related. >> pay mooe now, save later. >> what will happen to marylanders during the first decade of healthcare reform. ú% >>> ood morning. it's wednesday, septembee 22nd. the bright lights of the inner harbor signing right there. good morning, i'm patrice harris. let's get a check of our forecast as people are getting up and out on this wednesday morning. meteorologist stevv fertig is here and this is it. >> yes.3 %-it's going to feel a little warler thi!!warmer this morning. it does this morning. >>take a look at the bus stop, 54 degreesswith partly cloudy skies and we will see some ssnshhne to start the day. more louds later on in the aaternoon and maybe evee a thunderstorm popping. 66 is the ttmperature in baltimore, 61 in salisbury, 64 in hagerstown, remember, yesttrday we were seeing 40s in there, upper 40s som
at the maryland spca. but nobody asked the spca. >>> pick a road, any road. they are not paved with gold. any pothole is costing you dearly. i'm jamie costello. >>> and i'm megan pringle. >>> hot hot hot. meteorologist justin burke with our forecast for today. >> reporter: on the last day of summer, temperatures reached 90 degrees. tying the all time top count. happy fall to all. it is a morning that features a little bit of fog. it took down trees in baltimore county, and a nasty storm came right along route 50 all the way near croftton. temperatures in arnold 67, 63 toward westminister. not much of a spread this morning, but we have areas of fog. what appears to be a developing thunderstorm just west of hagerstown. otherwise we expect a dry morning. isolated thunderstorms, with a guaranteed high of '88. could reach 90 in backyards. here's kim brown. good morning. >>> hey justin, good morning, everyone. we have another accident reported up in perryville in harper county. police are also still working an accident at the baltimore county line on the eastbound lanes of route 40. right now looki
at an animal shelter were. the maryland spca is not too happy with this. according to authorities, derek chambers beat a small dog to death after it bit him and his wife. a caller saw chambers hit the dog, stuff him in a plastic bag and throw him in the bed of his truck. a judge has supported chambers's request that he be allowed to do community service at the maryland spca. >> we would never recommend a child molester do community service with the boy scouts and we should never recommend a person charge with animal abuse do community service with animals. there is just too much risk of harm. >>> griffin says the sentence is simply outrageous, especially since no one asked the maryland spca first. the city state attorney's office said evidence was poor. >>> the department of defense this morning is announcing the deaths of four sailors killed in this week's helicopter crash in afghanistan. 29-year-old lieutenant brandon looney from montgomery county was assigned to a west coast field based team. a funeral has been brand for 1:00 p.m. saturday at sane john the -- planned for 1:00 p.m. sat
spca. this outraged the spca who said chambers should have been prosecuted and sent to jail but the state's attorney said they didn't recommend the sentence at all. they say the evidence that was gathered wasn't obtained legally that they didn't stand a chance of getting a conviction. >> we did not have an eyewitness and we had an anonymous caller and we really had no statement from the defendant, no legally obtained statement. that really short circuited any ability for prosecutors to prove this case beyond a reasonable doubt. >> this was a particularly brutal and callous crime and with so many of these cases come and go, animals being beaten and burned, few of them actually make it to court and in this case there was substantial evidence to prosecutor. we were very disappointed when the state's attorney's office does not prosecute the case. >> spca executive director says there will knob way that chambers will be allowed to do community service at the offices. burns he said he will have to go back to the judge to see if there's another sentence that can be offered. >>> wel
a dog to death be allowed to work with animals? the maryland spca says no. according to authorities, derek chambers beat a small dog to death with a pipe after the dog bit him and his wife. a 911 caller said they saw chambers hitting the dog and stuffing the animal into a plastic bag and throwing it into the bed of his truck. instead of jail time, a judge approved chambers's request that he be allowed to do community service at the maryland spca. >> we would never recommend that a child molester do community service with the boy scouts or a person charged with animal abuse do community service with animals. >> griffin says the sentence is outrageous, especially since no one asked the spca first. the state's attorney's office says evidence was poor and chambers was not read his miranda rights. >>> baltimore city police are asking shoppers business owners to be on alert following a rash of daytime robberies. police say robbers have held up merchants in three separate incidents and a gunman in the latest attack escaped with more than $100,000 in jewelry. police are talking with mall se
. >> the maryland spca says it was appalled to learn a man charged with animal abuse was ordered to volunteer the shelter. the man was accused of beating a miniature pinscher with a pipe in early august. the dog was severely injured and had to be the nicest. he face four counts of them will be used but prosecutors said they would drop the case if he stayed out of trouble and perform 50 hours of community service at the spca. the executive director said his application was a media leigh denied. >> -- was immediately denied. >> this would not have happened if this happened to a child in the discharge of working for children for his rehabilitation. >> the spca was never consulted about the recommendation. no word yet on how the case will now move forward. >> something very unusual is that to happen tomorrow in a baltimore county coroner. >> the case on the docket is 13, involving a felony theft. but the suspect is a man that made his living as a lawyer. -- a case on the docket is routine. been a painful few years. she has had surgery to correct problems with her spinal cord and back and is not d
is under investigation. >> the maryland spca is appalled to learn a man charged with animal abuse had been court appointed to volunteer at the shelter. he is accused of beating a job with a pipe in early august. the dog was severely beaten and eventually euthanize. the court told him they would drop its case if he stayed out of trouble and perform 50 hours of community service at the spca. the application was immediately denied. >> that this application -- with recommendation would not have been made if this person had been working with children. >> the spca was never consulted about the recommendation. there is no word tonight on how his case will move forward. >> city cops are -- are urging all hospitals to have a plan should they ever faced a situation like what happened at johns hopkins last week. they announced plans to meet three times a year to enforce security protocol and to engage in drills to prepare for mass evacuation. >> and finally, we want to be sure that we have some kind of incident command training, whether it be federal or local, where every department is speaking the s
with animals. jeff is live tonight at the spca withh% details. jeff. >>reporter: well director to death has been ordered to perform community service work right here with animals at the spca. prooecutors agreed to drop all charges against chambers if he performed 50 hours of community service work here at the shelter. and that has stunned directors here who have now told the defendant he is not welcome at the spca. >> violent person is a violent person.. so we need to make suue that the animals are safe but also our staff and volunteers need to feel safe and secure and having someone who is violent in the midst isn't a good idea. >>reporter: well directors here saa they have nevee accepted anyone as volunteer wwo has a record of violence and knows no other shelter in the state that would take him eithee. we are live in north baltimore, fox 45 news at 5:30. >>> thank you jeff. that brings us to our question of the day. is it appropriate to sentence an animal abuser to community service at annmal shelter. go to our web site and let s know what you this also sound offfon facebook and s
to hear abouu dna evidence in the casee3 tomorrow. >> directors at the spca say they will not allow an animal abuser to work at their shelter. derrick chambers had been ordered to perform 50 hours of3 community service at tte spca. in eechange pposecutors agreed to drop animal cruelty chargess3 ú%ainst him. -ut direetors at the spca say chambers is not welcome there. >> violent person is a violent personn so we need to make suue thaa he animals are safe. but also our staff and volunteers need to feel safe and secure and having someone that is violent, in the midst, is not a good idea. allowed violent offenders to3 work at the shelter. now onto the question of the %-is it ppropriate to sentencen animallabuser to ccmmunity seevice at a animal shelter. 27 percent say yes. 73 percent say no. nat writes, maybe he will learn -ome compassion, and respecc for but elsa writes, it seems to me this is like sentencing a3 arsonist to work in a match factory. >> shipping ountry prague out of the port of baltimore pled guilty to polluting oceen water and trying tt conceal it. shipp illegally d
here at the spca working but directs orr say h!! directot welcomed here. his name is derrickkchambers.ú he was charged witththe deeth of a miniature pincher. ú%%-years in prison, but instead prosecutors agreed to drop all of the charges if chambers performed 50 hours of community service heee at spca. it's a decision that haa animal activities shaking their heads. -p>> we needdto punish these people and if e need too3 rehabilitaae them. they neee psychological counseling not community service at an animal shelter.ú >> prosecutors only agreed to drop the charges in this case after documented evidence surfaced which revealed that the beaten dogghad earlier attacked the defendant's wife. still the spca says ttat chambers is not wanted here and they do not want his services. megan gilllland. fox 45 early editton. >>> stay tuned to ox 45 morning news for continuing coverage of -his store other. the chair of the ciiy's antianimal abuse task force will weigh in on the court's ddcision, that is coming up in the 6:00 hour. >>>>city police are shooting in northeast baltimoreú -fficers wwr
? the maryland spca says now. according to authorities, derrick chambers beat a dog to death after it bit him and his wife. an anonymous caller said he saw chambers hitting the dog, putting him in a plastic dog, and putting him in the back of a truck. instead of jail time, he's being allowed to do community service at the maryland spca. >> we would never recommend that a child molester do community service with the boy scouts and we should never recommend that a person charged with animal abuse do community service with animals. >> reporter: griffin says the sentence is simply outrageous, especially since no one asked the spca first. . >>> a white supremacist who goes by the name hitler pleads guilty to several counts in the beating of a fisherman in the park. 29-year-old calvin locklear pleaded guilty on first degree assault. he agreed to a 31-year prison term. >>> sergeant john burner the third was waiting for test results for a respiratory illness. his 32-year-old son died thursday, three days after visiting a medical facility in kuwait. his son was told he couldn't have a blood test becau
with animal cruelty and a judge agreed to drop the case if he performed community service at the spca. >> this is a violent case, it's a disturbing case and we don't want someone like that near our animals. report the maryland spca director will deny the volunteer service out raged that the prosecutors and a judge would allow an animal abuser to work at the facility. >> if the judicial system wants rehabilitation, that's wonderful, but counseling makes more sense. you wouldn't do that if you had someone violent with children working with children. >> because of a court recorder that's in place now, he may have to ask a judge for a new sentence if he can't fulfill the current sentence of volunteering at an animal shelter. >>> thank you, derek. an attorney tells the sun that his client only beat him after it bit him and his wife. >>> right now, the family and friends are gathered to remember a fallston freshman. the funeral for joey d'entremont is taking place in joppa. he was crossing a road in bel air last week and he was hit by a car. the investigators say that the 19-year-old had th
with animals. this morning, people are outraged. megan gilliland is live at the spca where hh was supposed to be good morning, megann >> reporter: good morring, patrice. that dog aauser was orderee by the court it spend 50 hours working here at the spca but the directors here saa he is not welcomed. his name is derrick chambers and he was arrested last month and chargee with the bloody beating death of a miniature pincher. years for that, instead of prosecutors agrred to drop aal of those charges, if, if chammers performed by hours of community service at the spca. activittes shaking their heads.l >> i don't think anyone would ú%er send a convicted chaild molester to the boy discounts to do community service. it's inappropriatt to send an animal abuser to a shelter. >> reporter: prosecutors said they only agreed to drop the charges in this case after documented evidence surfaced whichhrevealed hat thh beaten ddg had earlier attacked the defendant's wife. still he spca told changers it wwll not!!!!-- chamberss it wilt his services. -p>>> the chair of the ccty's antianimal abuse task fo
of beating a dog to death is ordered to work with animals. jeff abell is live at the spca with the details. jeff? >>well, the court ordered at boozer to spend 50 hours, working right here at the spca. but tonight, direetors here say that abuser is not welcome..3 >> that's a great dog. >> at the spca, there are 500 people that volunteer for the lovv of animals. but recently they learned that an animal abuser was ordered to work here oo. >> we were shocked. ú% last monthh police arrested derrick chambers and charged im aaout the bloody beating death of a miniature pinscher, o much evidence animal rights activists considered the case a slam dunk. >> n this case all the pieces were in place. arrest, confession. and a muuilated dog in a bag. four years in prison, and insteaa they agreed to drop all charges, if he performed 50 %-at the spca.nnty service here a decision that left animal advocates shaking their heads. ever send a convicted co-child mow lesser to the boy scouts to do community service and inappropriate o send a animal abuser to a aaimal shelter. >> it is not faith. or smart.
-old puppy, pitbull, extremely friendly, not a biter, from the maryland spca. katie flokay ry is here. now we want to move on to today's to hot topic. we're talking about a warning about lasik eye surgery. what's the danger? a lot of people want to know. is there a danger? abc2 news elizabeth leeni brings us the interview and a behind the look story. >> reporter: hindsight is what's really 20/20. >> knowing what you know now, would you ever recommend lasik to someone you care about? >> absolutely not. >> reporter: he starting hearing about devastating side effects of lasik eye surgery. he asked his former employer to issue strong warnings about lasik. >> people don't understand, this isn't like getting your nails done. it's not like getting a curl in your hair. >> reporter: in lasik, a thin flap of the cornea is lifted out of the way. a laser flattens the inner cornea. that cornea can cause microscopic eye scarring and eye problems. star bursts like this are another common side effect. worst of all, some lasik patients actually experience blurred vision. >> reporter: according to waxler's ana
to drop the case if chambers performed 50 hours of community service volunteering at the spca. >> the stunned head says no way. >> it is our job to protect animals and we want to make sure our animals and staff are safe. >> we were frustrated that the prosecutor chose not to prosecute the case. >> it seems as if this is a little monday morning quarterbacks. >> blames police for failing to properly warn him of his miranda rights. >> the facts are very deserving and horrific, we have to do and follow the law and in this case we nigh that we could not prove this case beyond a reasonable doubt. >> you would never order a child molester to go to community service with the boy scouts. we don't think it's appropriate for a person charged with animal abuse to do community service at an animal shelter. >> spca says they will not allow this man to do any community service here. that means chambers and his attorney may have to go back to the judge and ask for new service. >> reporter: several local animal shelters say they, too, will not allow someone accused of animal abuse to volunteer
. >>> the maryland spca is upset with the judge's decision to allow a man who beat a dog so severely this beat to work with animals. his attorney suggested instead of jail time that he be allowed to work community service at the maryland spca. the city states's attorney office said the evidence wasn't poor and chambers wasn't read his miranda rights. the dog also bite chambers and his wife and he had the medical records to prove it. >>> a white supremacist who goes by the name hitler is charged with beating a -- 29-year-old calvin lockner pled guilty. he agreed to a 31-year prison term. >>> now to a developing story asuperstar passer who's prayed with presidents and celebrities is accused of using his power and influence to prey on young man for sex. >> reporter: he is one of america's most influential southern preachers leading a mega church of 25,000 members outside of atlanta that includes tlitesz athlete -- athletes and entertainer. all that could be at stake after bishop eddie long was accused by two young man of coercing them into sex. >> i tell you, these are powerful brutal allegations
, jennifer from the san francisco spca. sasquatch, tell us the story how you ended up with him. >> a shepherd sheepdog, a shelterty, he is looking for a new home. >> tell us about you said they're pretty smart. >> these dogs are really, really smart. they're herders, basically miniature border collies and they are working dogs so they wanna please. they're superdevoted, great candidates for training classes. everybody from basic manner to training classes. >> what if you have cats or other dogs? >> you have to see how the relationship grows. >> good news. we had another dog to bring in but he was adopted. >> he was adopted. >> so if you want to adopt sasquatch, call san francisco spca. this was nice meeting you. let us know who needs to be adopted. >> thanks for having us. >> you bet. back to you. >> sasquatch is just full of love. love. needs to get a good wouldn't it be nice if every time meg whitman told a lie her nose would grow? newspapers report the claims in this meg whitman ad are false. and she knows it. taxes went down under jerry brown. but whitman's nose keeps growing by the milli
loved by me. look over there. please, please. sasquatch, hi. hi, jennifer from the san francisco spca. sasquat, tell us the story how you ended up with him. >> a shepherd sheepdog, a shelterty, he is looking for a new home. >> tell us about you said they're pretty smart. >> thes dogs are really, really smart. they're herders, basically miniature border collies and they are working dogs so they wanna please. they're superdevoted, great candidates for training classes. everybody from basic manner to training classes. >> what if you have ca or other dogs? >> you have to see how the relationship grows. >> good news. we h another dog to bring in but he was adopted. >> he was adopted. >> so if you want to adopt sasquatch, call san francisc spca. this was nice meeting you let us know who needs to be adopted. >> than for having us. >> you bet. back to you. >> sasquatch is just full of love. needs to get a good home. >>>
research into the spca which would culminate in two days a week, tuesdays and thursdays going to an internship who has a mentor further their education. they bring that back to their school. they study all the different subjects within the spca or organizations like that. it's a multilevel organization where you are going to be adding some of your core classes. could be going to college. could be through a workshop at the sight. and it culminates every nine weeks in what they call an exhibition. it's very, very important for students the writing and making a 45-minute presentation every nine weeks. soy think it's going to be great for our students. we've seen the result of that. if you saw the students at matt west that's where we'd like our students to be. so we're really excited about that. >> thank you. >> commissioner kim? >> oh. thank you. since we visited matt west, kind of where we're at in terms of the first six weeks. i'm really excited partnering with big picture. they're doing a great academic studies. i think i talked to someone about this. is it changing a bit? ar
volunteering at the maryland spca. the stunned head of the maryland spca says no way. >> it is our job to protect animals. and we want to make sure our staff and volunteers are safe. so this volunteer service will be denied. >> we were just incredibly frustrated that the state's attorney's office chose not to prosecute a case where there was just overwhelming evidence to convict the perpetrator. >> seems there is always monday morning quarterbacking. >> reporter: pat jessamy blames police for failing to properly advise him of his miranda rights. she says that they have not enough evidence to prove that chambers beat his dog after it bit his wife. >> we have to do and follow the law. and in this case, we knew we could not prove this case beyond a reasonable doubt. >> you would never order a child molester to go through community service with the boy scouts. we don't think it's appropriate for a person charged with animal abuse to do community service at an animal shelter. >> again, the spca says they will not allow this man to do any community service volunteer work here. so that means
a corrections officer at faces up to 31 years in prison. >> the maryland spca says it was appalled when a man charged with animal abuse went worked at the center. they saw the man beating a dog when -- and on the dog's body in a trash bag. the dog was eventually euphemized because of injuries were so extensive. the man based for -- a bad face four counts of and will be is the prosecutors agreed to drop the charges a fee performed 50 hours of community service at the spca. the executive director said the application was immediately denied. >> this recommendation would not have been made if the abuse happened to a child. the man would not be charged with working with children for his rehabilitation. if the court wants rehabilitation, violence counting is appropriate. >> they say the spca was never consulted about the recommendation. no word to my house this case will move forward. -- no word tonight on how this case will live for. >> a former navy lacrosse player was among the nine personnel killed in the helicopter crash in afghanistan yesterday. the man was a 2004 graduate of the naval academ
said he needed to perform 50 hours of community service. the spca is upset and admits there were never consulted about the recommendation. >> maryland requires students to learn about the environment. this move could go as far as requiring students to pass the course to graduate. the state board of education feels these lessons are needed in schools throughout maryland. the state board has decided to hold off on forcing students to pass the course in order to graduate. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. what do you think of a plan to make environmental education a required part of the school curriculum? you can e-mail your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. the landmark health care reform law hits the six month mark. >> polls show the public remains skeptical. kate amara has an update on health care reform. >> good morning. the administration is reintroducing the health-care overhaul to the public today. this comes six months after it was introduced into law. >> we are done. >> health care reform turns six months old. president obama will mark the milestone today.
adopt him at md spca.org. this is lucas. i love that name. >> yellow scarf. pets that need a home. >>> we had the rain go through the overnight hours. that has gotten out of here behind it a mix of clouds and sunshine. winds picking up out of the northwest. it's a much drier wind for us, going to be gusting at times this afternoonment calm down tonight. temperature wise 74 in baltimore. 28 ocean city. closer you can see 73 bel air. 75 in annapolis. on your way to close to 80 this afternoon. tonight dropping as the air comes in from the northwest. overall here is the situation the front gets out of here, here is another one behind it. comes together like this. this one leaving us. high pressure coming in tonight through tomorrow. calms down the wind and provides sunshine. sunday this next front comes our way. look how strung out it is east to west. sunday in to monday, not a whole lot of moisture. when it gets to your area. mixed clouds and sunshine. winds picking up, if showers, a really small chance. the other thing it's going to do is keep the hurricanes away from the east coast
severely. prosecutors agreed to drop the case in return for community service at the maryland spca. officials turned him away saying they are dumbfounded as to what a judge thought it was an appropriate since. >> this recommendation would not have been made if the abuse happened to the children. if the court what rehabilitation, it would be safer. >> the spca was never consulted about the recommendation. it is not clear what alternate sentenced chambers will have to serve. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> we have an update on the accident on was down 70. some delays are forming approaching mount airy. we have an updated location. in terms of other problem spots, we have some in the city. watch for that woodlawn drive. another one at calvert and 30th that does involve an overturn the call. mount vernon was shut down because of the baltimore book festival. there is a disabled truck. this is a quick live look outside. 95 south of aberdeen. an overturned vehicle has been moved to the side. this is 70 in the area of 29. further west, watch for delays. that is
at the spca. neighbors called police after seeing 48-year-old derek chambers beating his miniature pinscher with a pipe. police found the dog tied up in a garbage bag in the bed of his truck in baltimore. he was charged with several counts of animal cruelty, but during court proceedings city prosecutors agreed not to push forward with charges if he agreed to perform 50 hours of community service at the maryland spca. but the agency said, no thanks. >>> ahead, death watch from virginia's death row. theresa lewis prayed for a last- minute miracle to live. we'll hear from her attorney ahead. >>> and one of the country's most prominent pastors is caught up in a sex scandal. we'll tell you more when 9 news now comes back in two minutes. >>> the consumer product safety commission is recalling more than 200,000 glass vases that can break and fracture and they can simply shatter on you and cause some significant cuts to the hand. this 20-inch clear glass vase was sold at michael's stores nationwide from july of 2006 through march of 2010. if you have one of these, you want to stop using it immediat
and compassion program, a new partnership between oakland' lighthouse charter school and the east bay spca. >> one of our main goals is teaching respect for all begs, and that's a really important educational lesson that everybody needs to learn. >> reporter: this vience prevenon and intervention program focuses on at risk youth ages 11 to 13 with an after school opportunity to care for and train shelter dogs, preparing them for adoption. >> i like being able to work with rocky. i like that it's not only about dogs, but we learn about other animals and the program is love and compassion. >> reporter: lighthouse vice incipal says it comes at a critical time period in these kids' lives. >> i think e most important thing for me is giving kids something to do after school from 4:00 clock to 6:00 o'clock. those are usually hours where kids can get into trouble. >> reporter: theids invest two hours daily for six weeks. th have to maintain good grades and good behavior to participate. spcataff and a professional dog trainer work with them in a program designed to increase attitudes of kindness, c
. challenger vincent gray got most of the bus for the official winner will be announced tomorrow on the spca's website. why not let them get involved? it is a good day to take the dogs for what? >> it is just perfect >>> it is a little breezy. otherwise, a lot of sunshine and very loud humidity. we have not had rain in about 17 days. we could use some showers and it does not look like we will get -- will get some until sunday. >> it has been that long? all right, have a great day.
. here, eat the mouse. oh, cats eat mouses. that's right. he's at the maryland spca. what a lovely, lovely dog. and of course, our comments, mr. basement sponsors friday pets. together, we believe we can make a difference for pets that need a home. >>> tim, we will be dealing with earl. then a pleasant weekend. >> after it moves on out of here, things really get pretty nice. and you've seen the extent of the rain we're seeing here. cloud shield being thrown out across the area. but it's being condensed right up and down the 95 corridor, as earl starts to move up into the northeast. right now, we have 76 degrees. 65, the dew point. relative humidity. this is a drying wind. we've seen nor'easter type winds coming in today. the north and east flow. now, the winds are shifting to the north and west, at 5 miles per hour. that's drying us out. 29.92 is your barometer reading right now. we have across the state, 77 in oakland. 82 in cumberland. 81 in elkton. and 79 on the shore, where the winds have been just around 21 miles per hour. and again, that wind down around the shore, still comi
to the spca or abraham american society in a bra ham'inabraham's memory. >>> police say he hadda ourt date four years ago and never showed up and since then he has failed to registerrfor marylaad's sex offender registry. if anyone has information on his call police at (410)637-8970 and as lways all tips are >>> the family of a young girl kidnapped and killld in salisbury last december, waats ú current whh what comic owe attoy though he lost in this mmnth's election. the parents released that davis -uarkkis familiir with the case and they believe he is the best thomas legg junnor. legg's trial is scheduled to the republican candidate said e would offer rourak to remain the lead prosecutor in the case and ú%e candiddte has not ruled out that possibility. >>> thankk to one maryland family new legislation takes an offensive term offf-he-bookk nationwide. applauding congress for passing -egislation that eliminates the laws. it's called rose's law named for %-when rose's parents registeree her to schhol ha they had to chk the mentally restarredded box on the registration form. it's a label t
're interested call the oakland spca. thank you for coming in in. >> my pleasure. >> hopefully we can have good news for oscar like clipper. we found south wednesday that clipper was adopted and found a home. >> great news. >> we'reonna try to follow up on every perfect pet we have from now on and let you know exactly what happenso them. hopefully you'll let us know next week. >> absolutely. >> that oscar gets adopted. >> nice to see you. >> nice to see you. enjoy your holiday weekend. >> same to you guys and same to you out there.
's see if we can find oscar a home. if you're interested call the oakland spca. thank you for coming in in. >> my pleasure. >> hopefully we can have good news for oscar like clipper. we found south wednesday that clipper was adopted and found a home. >> great news. >> we're gonna try to follow up on every perfect pet we have from now on and let you know exactly what happens to them. hopefully you'll let us know next week. >> absolutely. >> that oscar gets adopted. >> nice to see you. >> nice to see you. enjoy your holiday weekend. >> same to you guys and same to x
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performed 50 hours of community service, volunteering at the maryland spca. the stunned head of the spca says no way. >> it is our job to protect animals. so this volunteer service will be denied. >> we were just incredibly frustrated that the state attorney's office chose not to prosecute a case where there was just overwhelming evidence to convict the perpetrator. >> seems that this is always subject to a little monday morning quarterbacking. >> reporter: spokesperson for outgoing city state attorney pat jessamy says they had no witnesses. and the defense offered evidence to prove that this less-than-10-pound dog severely bit chambers and his wife. >> although the facts are very disturbing and horrific, we have to do special follow -- and follow the law. and in this case, we knew we could not prove this case beyond a reasonable doubt. >> you would never order a child molester to go through community service with the boy scouts. we don't think it's appropriate for a person charged with animal abuse to do community service at an animal shelter. >> reporter: prosecutors say because there
. >>> this is cotton? i don't this is cotton. cotton is a prop to maryland spca. cotton has just had surgery, so we have a nice collar on. we thought we'd talk for a minute or two about what to do when your pet comes home after surgery, okay? it is important to remember animals that have had surgery have gone through a fairly traumatic period of time ask they need time to acclimate back home. don't give food or water for about an hour, let them run around the house and get used to the environment again. you want to give him a small amount of water, and wait an hour or so and then some food. in addition you want to him their activity if they have had minor surgery, you usually have to keep your animal question for a day or two. if they have had major surgery, like cotton, keep them quiet for seven to 14 days. we put a collar on and when cotton tries to lick, he won't be able to do anything. >>> he is very, very saturday. he is a nice dog. we have brenda from brooklyn park on the phone. she has a 12-year-old jack russell terrier dog, what is the problem? >> i can't get rid of the worms with him. he e
it is and who the winner is. also on fridays, aleen gabey from the maryland spca comes in and brings an adorable pet up for adoption. we'll meet uda, 6 years old, needs a home. sweet as can be and very shy. first things first as you can see, i'm by myself. jamie's not here. he is on the go this morning because once again, he's somewhere in the state of maryland. this time he went west to visit the mountains of maryland. hey, jamie. >> reporter: welcome to cumberland! here we are. three, four ♪ [music] ♪ we'll play it for you on maine street here in beautiful cumberland. main street of the magic kingdom except for the? >> the mouse. >> look at this. cover lady boss singing hello. >> describe allegheny county. >> 60,000 acres of public land and this beautiful town right in the middle of it. >> reporter: we're going to show you cumberland and music from the shop owners here. look at the mountains. the leaves start to change right up there on the hill. we're on the mountain side of maryland today on the go with jamie costello! back to you. >>> a gorgeous weekend to be there. we'll check in with
. >> he's a year old, up for adoption at the maryland spca. when you have a high energy dog, you have to expend that energy. he really has it. we actually have this. >> you have used this before? >> my dog loves to play fetch and this is perfect because the tennis ball can get slobbery and nasty. that saves from having to bend over and pick it up. so they go far so if you have a dog like poncho or the dog that i have, it wears them out quickly. >> that is a good thing because you want them to have a lot of exercise. the weather is perfect for it. this weekend will be great to go out in your backyard or a local park. you just throw the ball. a lot of dogs are obsessed with tennis balls. >> absolutely. >> this is a great way to exert some of that energy. >> who wouldn't in this nice energy. >> it's so nice for the dogs that it's been so hot and people haven't been able to take the dogs out for too much exercise. >> yeah, nave been cooped up because it's been a really, really hot summer. >> poncho already wants it. >> there you go, poncho. >> trust me, he's as sweet as can be. tell me, a
of support from the san francisco spca. they have support from pets are wonderful support, paws, pets unlimited which is right around th
have a letter of support from the san francisco spca. they have support from pets are wonderful support, paws, pets unlimited which is right around the corner from the poa, because of the work they've done with the canine unit. we have, from different surveys, pet camp on sacramento street is in favor of it. cheers community center is in favor of the project. we have a letter of support from dave burnett who is the owner of molly stone's market. molly stone's market is probably going to be pet food express' biggest competitor. it is the closest and largest grocery market to this particular location. and we also have letter of support from a mr. barry leonard who was one of pet food express' original competitors who started a business called critters, fritters, pet food and supplies. his letter is very interesting. i liked the comment about, you know, about competition that was made here. and it's the exact same argument that mr. leonard makes, is that you might not always like the competition that you're forced to compete with, but it's always good. and competition will lower prices and
the charges if he volunteered 50 hours of community service at the spca. this is a violent service. and we don't want somebody like that near our animals. >> reporter: adrian gabby says she will deny the volunteer service, outraged that the judge would allow an animal abuser to work at their facility. >> i think if the judicial system wants to do therapy, but putting someone who is violent with animals -- you certainly wouldn't do that if you had someone who was violent with children, and have them work with children. >> reporter: prosecutors say because of a court order in place, chambers may now have to ask the judge for a new sentence if he's not able to fulfill his current sentence of volunteering at an animal shelter. derek valcourt, wjz eyewitness news. >> an attorney tells the baltimore sun, his client only beat the less-than-10-pound dog after it bit him and his wife. >>> hess gas station. today, one of six defendants, matthew brown, pled guilty in a deal with prosecutors. brown and others were arrested. the jury found seamus coyle guilty in his role in the death. he faces life in pris
have one of those? >> yes. because the spca offers it. it's easy. i don't think it hurts the dog too much. >> and it work out great. took a little while. but all of those years. >> he got it. >>> eyewitness sports is next. >>> this is mark viviano, with the ravens in owings mills. the new york jets are talking and getting lots of attention. ravens' linebacker ray lewis responds with a classic rant. you'll hear what ray has to say when eyewitness news continues. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] mcdonald's new chicken flatbreads. all out awesome combinations of juicy, grilled chicken topped with roasted garlic aioli and a natural four-cheese blend. mcdonald's chicken flatbreads. the simple joy of new discoveries. ♪ >>> first game of the regular season on tonight. focused on the ravens. >> we are. and it was out at owings mills today. and there's that game off the field. that game. and you know, an exchange of words. let's put it that way. it was erptd taining, if nothing -- entertaining if nothing else. >>> the new york jets have had the national stage of a reality tv show. well, to
humane society and spca, they're prepared to offer temporary shelter for pets, they're going to provide pet food and supplies for any pets belonging to people who were evacuated from the area all this evening and tonight. so you have a number of shelters open for fire evacuees and fire victims. we're talking humans, we're talking pets, also as vicky mentioned the call is out for type "o" negative blood as well. >> also hearing from kaiser permanente, confirming 15 people came in from the explosion to them, some by ambulance, some people that just walked into the hospital. four of those people were sent to the st. francis burn unit in san francisco. three of which we do understand are in critical condition. so even though we do have that one confirmed fatality, that number could change by tomorrow. nine other people were treated and released. kaiser, you should know, has started a clothing drive for some of these burn victims and for some of the victims of this. the red cross is saying that at this point it can use money. it doesn't want you to show up and drop things off but it can use
francisco spca launched the new webte today. their mission, to keep public places clean while making sure our furry friends get plenty of exercise. >>> netflix is embarrassed tonight after its big debut party for streaming to canada ended with an apology after a publicity stunt backfired. a street party was organized yesterday, but it was discovered the fans were actors who had been given scripted answers. when they couldn't get permission for the block party, it dodged it by getting a film permit and pretending to shoot a video. >>> the ninth richest person in america will be a little lighter in the pocketbook. zuckerberg will announce a donation to the newark school district. yesterday, "forbes" magazine reported that he has a net worth of $4.9 billion. did i mention he's 26? recently, two men on top of the list, bill gates and paul allen. zuckerberg is documented in the upcoming movie, "social network," which paints him in a less than chartable light. >>> coming up, why this was too much katy perry for "sesame street." >>> and what the iranian president said abl 9/11. >>> key provision
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